Rethink - We can work it out.
This booklet was developed for line managers
and includes how to develop a WRAP including 6 key sections Daily
maintenance plan, triggers, early warning signs, when things are
breaking down, crisis plan and towards recovery. Appendix A of the
report includes an example of a WRAP developed by a former member
of Rethink staff.
This is an initiative to tackle stigma and
discrimination surrounding mental health issues in England. The
campaign aims to create a society where people who experience
mental health problems enjoy the same rights and opportunities as
other people. The website has links specifically for
employers. The line managers resource is a practical guide to
managing and supporting people with mental health problems in the
This link is includes a template for an
statement or WRAP.
Feeling stressed: Keeping well
This workbook is available through the Mindful
Employer initiative. It is based on elements of the Wellness
Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) originally developed by Mary Ellen
Copeland and a group of mental health service users who wanted to
work on their own recovery. It is a practical tool to help people
with mental health problems to gain more control over problems or
difficulties you may encounter as a result of stress caused by
workload, relationships with colleagues, outside work pressures or
ambitions: Better employment support for people with a mental
Rachel Perkins, Paul
Farmer and Paul Litchfield
Department for Work and
Pensions, December 2009
This review was commissioned by the Secretary
of State for Work and Pensions to look at mental health and
employment and to identify how Government could help people with
mental health conditions fulfil their employment ambitions.
Appendix 6 includes
suggestions for what a WRAP for work might contain.
The review also includes an example of the strategies that some
people have found effective in managing their mental health
condition at work.
the last workplace taboo
This website has been developed by the Shaw
Trust and focuses on how employers can manage mental health issues
in the workplace. This section includes information on how to
a healthy workplace for all employees.
Developing a Wellness and Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) or
Advance Statement (Clinicians module)